EXHIBITION DESIGN FOR “PICCOLINO” IN THE MUSEUM FÜR KONKRETE KUNST INGOLSTADT
A minimalist exhibition design uses graphic lines creating both a link to the content of the exhibition and to the permanent collection held by the Museum für Konkrete Kunst. This takes place in the Reithalle Ingolstadt, a riding school, across a large area, where the exhibition is divided into 26 small cars in four thematic groups:
City Cars: circles, which denote the centre in the language of urban traffic guidance systems and urban planning, point to the fact that these cars are mainly used in city centres.
Sports: Lines resembling vapour trails emphasize the speed that characterizes this kind of car.
Small and compact: The square is the most compact geometrical shape, and it characterizes the optimum design for small-format cars.
Formal Visions: Unusual designs in an unusual place. On the roof of the central building the most daring designs are placed, many of which are very economical to drive.
Project: MARTINI, MEYER